Training on Enabling Smallholder Farmers in Producers Groups to Conform to Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures

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  • Location Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda
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  • Date 06-03-2023 - 10-03-2023
Training or Development Class Title
Training on Enabling Smallholder Farmers in Producers Groups to Conform to Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures
Event Type
Training or Development Class
Training or Development Class Date
06-03-2023 to 10-03-2023
Last Date for Applying
06-03-2023
Location
Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda
Organization Name / Organize By
Vital Extra Learning & Consultancy
Organizing/Related Departments
Vital Extra Learning & Consultancy
Organization Type
Organization
Training or Development ClassCategory
Both (Technical & Non Technical)
Training or Development ClassLevel
International
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Education/Teaching/Training/Development

Research/Science

Business Development

Location
Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda

Course Title:  Training on Enabling Smallholder Farmers in Producers Groups to Conform to Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures

Course Date

Location

Registrations

Date: 30/01/2023 - 03/02/2023

Abuja,Nigeria

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Date: 06/02/2023 - 10/02/2023

Mombasa, Kenya

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Date: 06/03/2023 - 10/03/2023

Kigali, Rwanda

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Date: 03/04/2023 - 07/04/2023

Nairobi, Kenya

https://bit.ly/3FNjKAP

Date: 29/05/2023 - 02/06/2023

Pretoria, S/Africa

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Date: 05/06/2023 - 09/06/2023

Nairobi, Kenya

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Course Description

Sanitary and phytosanitary measures have continued to attract considerable attention from African governments, because they pose significant challenges to smallholder farmers and agro-processors. In an attempt to promote access to regional and international markets, most regulatory standards seem not to take due cognizance of smallholder farmers" concerns in complying with SPS measures. A lot of agricultural produce are rejected in the international market because they don’t meet the international standards due to high residue levels. This course introduces participants to the importance of standards and quality systems for the agrifood sector in relation to the export market. It also offer proven solutions on how smallholder farmers in producers groups can overcome the challenges and constraints in conformity to sanitary and phytosanitary measures.

 

Learning outcomes

By the end of this course the participants will be able to:

• Understand the requirements for Pest Risk Analysis (PRA)

• Understand the documentation process of the PRA

• Competently facilitate international trade at producers group levels

• Create market transparency

• Promote quality agricultural production

• Improve producers’ groups profitability by exporting to the international market.

• Identifying differences between standards for a specific export market

• Make decisions regarding which export market to access

 

Who should enroll?

This course is intended for staff of agricultural organizations exporting to the international market as well as various other actors such as agricultural extension officers, senior agricultural officials, researchers, producer groups officials and policymakers working with a value chain that is intended to reach export markets.

 

Send an email to [email protected] to request a course training agenda

 

Why train with us

Vital Extra Learning guarantees our clients:

• State-of-the-art facilities and training infrastructure

• Extended tradition of hand-holding during post engagement

• Service delivery through highly seasoned industry experts.

• Value for money

 

Registration Fees
Available
Registration Fees Details
950 USD
Registration Ways
Email
Phone
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Kigali, Rwanda  Kigali, Rwanda 
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   0 707 053 111